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Why the indian p.l. is being played in other countries.?

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Asked by Om Shrivastava, 16 Apr 04:20 pm
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The organisers need police help which Govt. can not provide due to election need. After election,some matches may be played in India.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 16 Apr 04:27 pm

 
  
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Indian XI: ',
oneG.Gambhir V-C
twoS.Tendulkar
threeV.Kohli How can you all forget him?
fourYuvraj Singh
fiveSuresh Raina
sixM.S.Dhoni C & Wk
sevenIrfan Pathan
eightR.Ashwin
nineHarbhajan Singh
tenZaheer Khan
elevenVinay Kumar he has been pretty good in the IPL

twelveRohit Sharma/Praveen Kumar P.K. has always gone for runs in IPL matches


Non-Indians XI-
oneJ.Kallis
twoC.g@yle
threeS.Watson
fourS.Marsh
fiveM.Jayawardene
sixK.Sangakkara Wk
sevenAB De Villiers
eightDwayne Bravo
nineD.Steyn
tenL.Malinga
elevenS.Warne C

twelveB.Lee
I have just played three specialist bowlers in Non-Indians XI because of the presence of All-rounders in the form of Kallis, Watson and Bravo.

Sorry to say, I feel Non Indians XI will go on to win because their players have been in the best of their forms in all IPLs. two-one to Non Indians XI.
Answered by Mickey, 16 Apr 07:47 pm

 
  
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